Nobody Inn, Exeter, Devon|
In a maze of single track Devon roads the Nobody Inn is on the edge of the village of Doddiscomsleigh, a few miles south-west of Exeter. This charming and atmospheric 16th century pub has an inglenook...
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Atlas, Fulham, London|
Close to Earls Court Exhibition halls and West Brompton station, the Atlas is a pub oasis in a decent-pub desert. Thirty yards off Lillie Road, at the end of a terrace, the pub's sign peeks out from i...
Angel Inn, Hindon, Wiltshire|
The 18th century Angel Inn at Hindon is a smart and comfortable pub. It offers good food, well kept real ales and spotless accommodation in 7 en-suite rooms. The overall feel is clean and modern witho...
Lamb Inn, Hindon, Wiltshire|
Historically inns were always a 'cut above' the alehouses and taverns, and The Lamb at Hindon carries on that tradition. Built in the mid 18th century on the site of an earlier inn, the flagstone flo...
Coach and Horses, Danehill, Sussex|
A truly lovely place, with all you could wish for in a country pub, the Coach and Horses is in a quiet spot in Danehill, south of East Grinstead. It has a simple alehouse layout, a lounge and public b...
John Snow, Westminster, London|
This Soho pub is named in honour of the 19th century doctor and surgeon, John Snow, who proved the connection between cholera and contaminated water; until this time it was thought to be an airborne d...
Gunmakers, Clerkenwell, London|
The Gunmakers, just off Clerkenwell Road, is a small timber fronted pub well known for its ales and food. The publican, Jeff Bell, is also a beer writer so the standard of the changing guest ales is h...
Cow, Westbourne Green, London|
The Cow in Westbourne Green is a curious creature; a mix of traditional continental bar and traditional English pub. Inside it's a straightforward place, long and narrow, the red and black bar stools ...
Crown Inn, Cricklewood, London|
The Crown at Cricklewood was completed in 1900. It was built on the site of a small pub sold in 1898, with planning permission, for a staggering £86,000. Why? The area was a fast expanding London subu...
Whitelocks First City Bar, Leeds, Yorkshire|
Whitelock's Luncheon Bar is a Leeds institution. Originally opened in 1715 as the Turk's Head, it was bought by the Whitelock family in the 1880's and remodelled into the pub we see today. Accessed th...
Garden Gate, Leeds, Yorkshire|
Buried in a 1970's housing estate to the south of Leeds city centre is the Garden Gate, without doubt one of England's most beautiful pubs. Completed at the dawn of the 20th century it has both late V...
Adelphi, Leeds, Yorkshire|
Despite some bold redecoration the Adelphi remains one of Leeds\' best preserved pubs. Built in 1901, the year Queen Victoria died, it has many of the characteristics of a classic Victorian pub. The h...